How To Travel: Australia (East Coast)

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Australia is huge. Even if we spent the rest of our life on an endless road trip around the country, there still will be new things to discover. It`s size gives Autralia a wide variety of landscapes: From tropical rainforests in the north-east to mountain ranges in the south-east, south-west and east and a dry desert in the centre. Most … Read More

Great Ocean Road

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The 243 km Great Ocean Road takes you from Torquay to Warrnambool. You can start driving in either direction. Trains run regularly between Melbourne, Geelong, Colac and Warrnambool. Buses run the coastal route several times a day. There are many advertised highlights along the Great Ocean Road. From the famous Twelve Apostles, to the Loch Ard Gorge or the Cape … Read More

Melbourne

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Melbourne is served by two main airports — Melbourne Airport (Tullamarine Airport), the main international and domestic hub and Avalon Airport which is used for some domestic low-cost carrier flights. Melbourne also offers good connections via car, bus or train. Besides enjoying the good food and the main attractions of Melbourne, the ice cream at Pidapipo definitely got us. They … Read More

Sydney

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Sydney is home to Australia’s busiest airport: Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport. It is the main gateway to Australia, located around 9 km south of the City center. But of course you can also reach Sydney by car, bus or train. We love to walk. So we got super excited when we found out that there are a couple of … Read More

Brisbane

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Brisbane Airport is the primary international airport serving Brisbane and South East Queensland. Of course you can also reach the city by train or bus. Out of the many attractions in Brisbane we really enjoyed walking around South Banks and West End. Both parts of the city have lots of nice shops, bars an restaurants to offer and at South … Read More